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Original APB plans exposed

Realtime Worlds' failed MMO All Points Bulletin may have only lasted a handful of weeks before closing, but the studio had ambitious plans for an entire series of related games.

Darek Connole, public relations manager for Gamersfirst, the company that took control of APB after its fall and packaged it as a free-to-play title explained to VideoGamer.com that the original developer had coded in plans for future content and future games.

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majiebeast2179d ago

Sadly now with its f2p model its turned into a big old hackfest. The game had potential but g1 cant bring that out.